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3rd Annual Black and Brown Punk Show statement!

Chicago punks, Palestine solidarity activists, disenchanted rabble-rousing youth, and everyone in between should clear their schedules and/or plan on skipping work to make it to this year’s 3rd Annual Black & Brown Punk Show being held in Chicago on August 24th (fb event for the 24th) and 25th (fb event for the 25th). Mark it on your calendars! Hip-hop and punk acts from the city as well as out of state will be gathering for this event “about rebellion, DIY, survival, and strength in the face of adversity”, as well as “north/south side solidarity”, and of course, playing some kickass music! Wear your moshing shoes.

We would like to say a few words about why we are coming out supporting the local scene like this, as well as why you should get off your ass and go if you can! Continue reading


Filed under Events, Hip Hop, Illinois, Music, Punk

Greyzone in Germany: The Cult Of Randomness

Once more the Greyzone will be the number one topic of this summer’s festivals, especially with those who won’t attend them anyway – because they don’t feel like partying with those that partied with Nazis the weekend before and only came to enjoy songs with pub level debate lyrics in a subcultural setting. So why do Greyzones get more and more accepted in “alternative” surroundings? This question inevitably leads us to the topics alternative/subcultural business, aesthetic criticism, men’s worlds, skinhead cult and to the search of meaning behind political labels. Continue reading

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NYC: 2nd Annual PUNKY REGGAE FEST Friday 3/2 & Saturday 3/3 at The Lake!

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Filed under Events, New York, Punk, Reggae